Chicago Bears Mock Offseason | Free agents, Trades, and Draft

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Chicago Bears Free Agent Targets

Bryce Huff, EDGE — 3 Years | $45 Million

Huff is going to be one of the top available edge rushers to hit the open market. With the Jets having already invested a ton into their D-line Huff likely won't return. Huff over the last two seasons has shown a very high pass-rush win rate and should be a nice player on the other side of Sweat.

Saquon Barkley, RB — 2 Years | $20 Million

The running back spot isn't a top need for the Bears but they should look to add one in both the NFL Draft and in free agency. Barkley just so happens to be the top available player. The Bears have been a top running team the last two years and Barkley would only make it that much better with the addition of not having to use him as often as he has been used in the past with this now being a three-head monster backfield.

Connor Williams, C — 3 Years | $40 Million

The Bears haven't had a true center since Olin Kreutz. Connor Williams is the top most proven center that will be available. Williams's question mark is how healthy he will be at the start of the year after suffering an ACL Tear in week 14. Either way, Williams will be an instant upgrade over what the Bears have had.

Noah Fant, TE — 2 Years | $12 Million

The Bears' Cole Kmet is someone who most can consider as a top-ten tight end in the NFL, he was the second-best weapon the Bears had last season behind D.J. Moore. With that being said having two talented tight ends is a good problem to have. With the added benefit of Fant already playing in new OC Shane Waldron's system the last few years in Seattle.

Curtis Samuel, WR — 2 Years | $15 Million

Other than D.J. Moore the Bears never had anyone from the wideout spot that added any value or production. Samuel will be coming in a become a solid number 3 wideout and should be relatively cheap.